Trey Gowdy: Media’s Longtime Silence On Andrew Cuomo Is Why They ‘Aren’t Taken Seriously Anymore’


The response of Democrats and the mainstream media to sexual misconduct allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo demonstrates why neither should be taken seriously, “Fox News Primetime” host Trey Gowdy said Friday.

Discussing a joint statement by Sens. Chuck Schumer, D-N. Y., and Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., that called for Cuomo’s resignation, Gowdy remarked: “Yes, I know what you’re thinking.

“Is that the same Kirsten Gillibrand who believed a single witness, before the witness even said a word, when it came to Brett Kavanaugh and now it takes seven allegations for her to speak out against Cuomo?” he asked rhetorically.

Turning to the coverage of the governor, Gowdy told viewers it was “eye-opening to go back and read what the media and other Democrats were saying about Andrew Cuomo eight to ten months ago. They were giving him awards, they wanted him to be president, they wanted him to be vice president, they wanted him to be the attorney general for the United States.

“What’s also highly relevant, when you think about it, is this: Most of these allegations — now seven allegations of sexual impropriety, misconduct, battery, oppress… (Read more)

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